Grilling can be a lot of fun especially when you kick things up a notch with dishes like my Grilled Stuffed Pork Tenderloin recipe.
How to Grill a Stuffed Pork Tenderloin-
This post is sponsored by Everywhere Agency on behalf of Char-Broil; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.
Everyone loves hosting parties during the spring and summer months, but all too often we get stuck in the kitchen while everyone else is having a good time enjoying the beautiful weather outside….sigh.
But thanks to Char-Broil’s Commercial Series TRU-Infrared 4-Burner Gas Grill, now you can enjoy the party with your guests while grilling up deliciousness for everyone enjoying time in the great outdoors. Char-Broil definitely makes life easier and more fun, that’s a win-win in anybody’s book!
I love the added features built into my Char-Broil grill.
- One-touch Surefire electronic ignition
- Dual fuel enabled, (which means you can connect to natural gas at home)
- Side shelf to hold ingredients
- Fuel tank gauge to let you know if you need more propane
- Side flat-top grill area (you cook pancakes outside)
Let’s get this party started by gathering the ingredients for the stuffed pork tenderloin. In chef speak we call this the “mise en place”.
Splitting the pork tenderloin and pounding them out a little with a meat hammer makes stuffing them easy. I rub the inside of the pork loin with brown mustard and any seasoning you like before adding the stuffing.
It’s easy to roll up the pork tenderloins after stuffing them and I used small wooden skewers to keep the roll together. You can also use butchers twine to tie them up. (soak the twine in water first so it doesn’t burn on the grill)
Season well with sea salt and black pepper, or your favorite rubs and seasonings.
As a chef (and I’m sure most hosts and hostesses would agree) the meal is often the most important part of the party.
Luckily, Char-Broil is here to simplify and enhance your grilling and party-hosting experience. Their range of products and state of the art technology will allow you to take your entertaining up a notch without creating more work.
What I loved most about my Char-Broil Grill was the absence of flare-ups and the even distribution of heat which keeps your foods up to 50% juicier.
You can see the beautiful grill marks and no burned areas on the meat. That’s thanks to Tru-Infrared grilling system that Char-Broil has developed. It really cooks everything evenly.
I love grilling vegetables and my four burner grill gives me all the room I need to cook up a whole lot of deliciousness for my friends and family. Char-Broil takes the work and worries out of your grilling experience, letting you the process and become a grilling superstar!
Think about all the cooking you can do outside this year and with Memorial day just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to pick up your very own Char-Broil grill and start having fun entertaining your friends and family. Just get ready for all the compliments!
What party will you plan to celebrate the arrival of your new Char-Broil grill?
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Stuffed Pork Tenderloin
- 2 lb pork tender loin they are packaged 2 in each bag
- 1 cup spinach cooked and drained
- 1 cup mushrooms cooked and drained
- 1/4 cup red peppers finely diced
- 1/2 cup gorgonzola cheese crumbles
- 2 tablespoons brown mustard
- sea salt and black pepper to taste
- preheat grill to medium high heat
- mix together the spinach, mushrooms, peppers and gorgonzola cheese to use as stuffing. Save until needed.
- clean away any membranes, fat or silver skin from pork tenderloins
- slice tenderloin down the middle long way.
- using a meat hammer, lightly pound the pork tenderloin out to make a larger surface for stuffing.
- divide stuffing mixture between the two pork tenderloins evenly. Then roll each tenderloin up completely sealing the stuffing.
- use toothpicks, or small wooden skewers to seal the edges of the meat. You can also use butchers twine, just be sure to soak it in water so it doesn't burn up on the grill.
- season stuffed pork with sea salt and black pepper liberally. You can also use your favorite rub or spice blend.
- brush the grill with oil before placing the stuffed tenderloin on the grill. This will help to keep it from sticking. Place the pork seam side down and allow to grill for 7-10 minutes before turning.
- Grill on the other side for about the same time. Use a grill thermometer to make sure the inside temperature is a minimum of 165 degrees.
- serve with your favorite grilled vegetables